Nils Johnson: Trust-based schemes have not embraced pension reforms

Michael Klimes
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Trust-based schemes have shown a conservative attitude to offering choice to members which has been "dismaying" says Spence Johnson director of retirement Nils Johnson.

Speaking at the State Street Global Advisors Defined Contribution Annual Conference, Johnson said the industry was still in a wait and see mode concerning at-retirement options. Many trust-based...

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